Autometer Customer Service Information & Exploration

866.248.6356, 866.248.6357, 815.899.0800   Call By Skype
413 West Elm Street, Sycamore, Illinois 60178 United
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Autometer Exploration

Auto Meter is one of the leading producers of measuring instruments in the United States. It is a well-known company in automotive industry of the country. The Company manufactures wide range of test equipment, data acquisition and racing products like Speedometer, Tachometer, Voltmeter, Kit Box, Fuel Level Meter and Oil Temperature Meter and many other measuring tools. It is a division of PMRA and Quick 32 Sportsman Series. Auto Meter has significant operations in the marketing of drag racing in the last few years. The corporate office and manufacturing unit of the company is located in Sycamore, Illinois, United States.

History of Autometer

Auto Meter was started in 1857 by Vern Westberg. Initially, it provided only tachometer and a battery tester. The Company has gained ISO 9000:TS 16949 certificate for the quality Standards. It had expanded its operations in 2007 by acquiring two companies; Dedenbear Products and Stack Limited of England.

Network of Autometer

Auto Meter has four divisions; these are Original Equipment Division, Pro-Cycle Division, Test Equipment Division and Marine Division. Original Equipment division caters the needs of many major clients such as Chrysler, Ford, Subaru and many others.

Other Important Contact Information of Autometer

Technical Support No: 815.899.0801
Fax No: 815.895.6786

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Autometer User Queries

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Dennis KimbleJul 02, 2016


I am requesting information regarding the accuracy of your water temperature gauge. I recently put your gauges in my 1973 Ford Ranchero GT. I have been having what I thought was heating problems. Yesterday I took my Ranchero to a radiator shop I use regularly. They tested the temperature of the cooling system and found the temperature gauge was indication 20 degrees hotter than the actual temperature of the engine. What I need to know is if this problem is more likely coming from the sending unit or the gauge itself. It is much easier to change the sending unit than the gauge. Please advise. Thank You.